Rogers Douglas Productions in association with Park Theatre presents the World Premiere of

The Still Room

By Sally Rogers


Sally Rogers

Theatre includes: Rutherford and Son (National Theatre), Hangmen (Atlantic Theatre Co., New York/Wyndham’s/Royal Court), The Good Canary (Rose Theatre Kingston), The People Are Friendly, Uganda, Killing The Cat, (all Royal Court), Children’s Children (Almeida),Rutherford and Sons, The Duchess of Malfi, Billy Liar, Murmuring Judges, The Resistible Rise of Arturo Ui, Black Snow (all National Theatre), Our Country’s Good (Young Vic and international tour), Rita Sue and Bob Too, A State Affair, Some Explicit Polaroids and Blue Heart (International tour & BAM New York), Blithe Spirit, Oliver Twist (Bristol Old Vic) and A Midsummer Night’s Dream (Chester)

Television includes: Get Even, Shakespeare and Hathaway, Tinkertown, Press, Cold Feet, Siblings, The Dumping Ground, The Syndicate, Come Fly With Me, Little Britain, Messiah, The Secret Life of Samuel Pepys, Out of Hours, The Lakes, Murphy’s Law, Playing The Field, Out of Hours, A Touch of Frost, Pauline Calf’s Wedding Video, Seaforth and The Bill.

Film includes: Hope Gap


Nigel Douglas 

Television credits include BAFTA award winning episodes of Grange Hill (BBC), EastEnders (BBC), BAFTA award winning This Life (BBC), several major episodes of Casualty (BBC) including a Christmas special which was recognised by BAFTA, London’s Burning (ITV), The Knock (ITV), North Square (Channel 4), BAFTA winning Clocking Off (BBC), Stan The Man (ITV), Holby City (ITV), Bad Girls (ITV), Waterloo Road (BBC), several episodes of The Bill (ITV), The Inspector Lynley Mysteries (BBC), Making Waves (ITV), Hotel Babylon (BBC), Wild at Heart (ITV) and more. Nigel has written and developed several screenplays for film and television including short film Hunter, which won awards globally including Best Film at the New York Film Festival, the Paris Film Festival and the Los Angeles Film Festival. He recently directed a new Netflix television series “Rebel Cheer”. He is a mentor to the Malta film Commission senior Lecturer at The University of Derby.

Theatre credits include   “Voyage round my father”, “The Swimming Party”, “School for Scandal”. His most recent production at Park Theatre was David Hare’s “The Vertical Hour”.